The Szuiltan Alliance

Neil Davies
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When Steve Drake, Space Trader, agreed to take on a trade to the Szuiltans, the only truly alien race ever discovered in man's expansion across the galaxy, he had no idea it would land him in the middle of murder, intrigue and an interplanetary war!
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About the author

Born in 1959 and getting older by the hour, Neil Davies writes Horror and Science Fiction. His favourite authors are Richard Laymon, Steve Gerlach, Arthur C Clarke, Frank Herbert, Brian Keene, Guy N Smith, H G Wells, Bram Stoker, Dennis Wheatley, Connie Willis, Edgar Rice Burroughs, Graham Masterton, John Wyndham... with more being added all the time. He's still writing and refuses to stop however much people ask him to. Expect more published works soon.
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Neil Davies
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Published on
Jun 11, 2012
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Pages
306
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ISBN
9781477639146
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Language
English
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Genres
Fiction / Science Fiction / Action & Adventure
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